Rocky     Mountain              Hemp
Unlike wood that can remain in a landfill for months or years, hemp bio-composites decompose within weeks.  As they degrade they release methane gas that can also be harvested.
Hemp is Biodegradeable
Breathable fiber that provides the warmth and softness of other natural materials with superior strength and durability is produced from hemp.
Strong and Durable
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Industrial Hemp Products Rocky Mountain Hemp, Inc

Processing the first crop of U.S. grown Industrial Hemp

in over 60 years

Rocky Mountain Hemp has designed and intends to construct a 32,000 sq. ft. state of the art hemp processing facility on over 200 acres on a parcel of land surrounded by over 50,000 acres of viable and potentially future farmland of hemp production.  This facility should be operational by the fall of 2013, in time to process the harvest of the first industrial hemp crop in the U.S. in over 60 years. With the implementation of this processing facility, Rocky Mountain Hemp will be providing to the public, a source of highly desirable pure hemp protein, in the form of powder, which can be taken as an alternative to other more environmentally damaging crops that produce protein powders.  The protein powder is a byproduct of the seed cake, which is an extracted product once the oil has been pressed.  We hope to have this product on shelves in stores such as Whole Foods as soon as possible.
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Until 1883, between 75% and 90% of the world’s paper was made with hemp. A 2000 year old piece of paper, the oldest piece in the world is made of  hemp.
Back to the Basics
Hemp oil is obtained by pressing the hemp seed. In addition to the oil, this process also yields the hemp seed cake. This wonderful oil can be used for a multitude of beneficial products including:  health and beauty products, bio-diesel, soap and lotions among many other things. Additionally, human consumption of the hemp oil provides a source of essential fatty acids and is high in protein.  
Hemp fiber can be used for many beneficial products as well including:  clothing, industrial fabrics for sails and rope, paper products and building products.  Hemp fiber is naturally microbial resistant and can be recycled efficiently and can be used to replace environmentally damaging products containing chemicals and petroleum.
When used in construction hemp filled walls are non-toxic, resistant to mildew, pest free and flame resistant. Hemp is stronger than traditional lumber therefore less lumber is is needed during construction. Hempcrete, a combination of the woody hemp stalk and a lime based binder have been used successfully in the construction of homes